The increase from the current $10.10 an hour will happen over a four-year period.
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Also, we are hitting the three-week mark on the legislative session, and the future looks uncertain for electronic tolls in Connecticut.
Governor Lamont is shifting his push for tolls into high gear, but the fate of tolls may rest with a handful of Democrats who are still on the fence.
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